The last menstruation on December 18 has been delayed for eight days so far. Three pregnancy tests have been tested and all of them are positive. I went to the hospital for ultrasonic B-ultrasound examination. The hospital is off duty. I want to consult the result
Looking at the results of B-ultrasound examination, it is likely to be intrauterine pregnancy. This cystic dark area may be a small gestational sac. However, due to the short pregnancy time, no yolk sac or fetal bud has been seen. If there are no discomfort symptoms now, B-ultrasound examination can be done in a week.
According to the current situation, from the results of B-ultrasound examination, it is not clear that it is pregnant. You can consider doing a blood test, that is, taking blood to test human chorionic gonadotropin to accurately judge whether you are pregnant. Because the time is relatively short, even if you are pregnant, you can't see the gestational sac by B-ultrasound. At this time, you can consider doing blood test, that is, testing HCG to judge whether you are pregnant.
Hello, combined with your situation description, if you don't see the gestational sac by gynecological B-ultrasound, you need to continue the dynamic detection. If there is no other discomfort, if you haven't seen the gestational sac at the time of your last menstruation on December 18, it may be that the pregnancy time is relatively short. If the early pregnancy test paper has been determined to be strongly positive, then you are sure to be pregnant, However, the gestational sac has not been seen yet, which needs continuous dynamic monitoring. Or combined with blood HCG for comprehensive evaluation.